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St Joseph'sCatholic Primary & Nursery School

Year 2

Welcome to the Summer Term in Year 2 laugh

 

 

Mrs Page is our Teacher 

Mrs Crenol is our class Teaching Assistant, she works Tuesday-Friday.

Miss Cooper is our class Teaching Assistant on a Monday. She also teaches us on  a Wednesday afternoon.

 

 

 

Topic
Our topic in the Summer term is Oh I do like to be beside the seaside... a History and Geography based topic!



Homework
This will be handed out on a Friday and is due back on Wednesdays. The homework will be linked to what the children have been learning about that week or will prepare them for what they are about to learn. They will receive 1 piece of English and 1 piece of Maths homework.

Spellings are also handed out on Fridays ready for a test the following Friday. Please make sure the children are practising their spellings every week. 

 

The children will be introduced to 'Times Table Rockstars' to practice times table fluency- please encourage your child to play on this app/website when possible. They will be taught how to log in independently!

 

Reading

Please try and read with your child 5 times a week, this can be for 10 minutes whilst they settle into bed! Please remember to sign your child's reading record so we know they have read! We will continue to change books daily!

Our finished 3D seaside pictures look AMAZING!

Creating 3D seaside scenes using various materials

Sorting 3D shapes

Stations of the cross - The year 6 children taught us about the 14 stations.

Retelling a traditional tale using puppets

Here are the dates for your child's presentations in the spring and Summer term.

Christmas crafts

Posting our Florence Nightingale letters - we hope you enjoy reading them!

Miss Cooper helped us make some beautiful lanterns as we are learning about Florence Nightingale.

A fantastic science investigation today looking at finding the best material to mend Mr Lawrence’s umbrella.

We will remember

We have loved learning about the Gunpowder Plot and creating moving Guy Fawkes models.

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